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Coffeebeans Flavors of America 250G Cafés Trottet
  • Coffeebeans Flavors of America 250G Cafés Trottet

Coffeebeans Flavors of America 250G

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Discover an exceptional blend: The Flavor of South America Discover three countries in one: Brazil, Colombia and Peru. Let's talk Brazil ... Brazil produces coffee to nearly one-third of the world. This means that the country of Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world. Around 30,000 km2 are coffee plantations in this country. Brazil is succeeding thanks to its very favorable climatic conditions, favorable to the growth of coffee. Coffee arrives in Brazil in the 19th century. As one of the world's leading coffee producers, one hundred years ago it had achieved the 80% of coffee supply in the world. Let's talk about Colombia, an incredible country. Expert in the aromas of coffee ... The coffee begins in the 19th century with the entrepreneurship of various small farmers today called small producers. Before the Second World War, coffee was mainly grown in Antioquia, where today coffee is mainly produced. At this time, Colombia becomes second world producer after Brazil. After having experienced various adventures within the country, Colombia is back in front of the podium and remains the 3rd place of world producer. What about Peru? Cajamarca is located in the far north of Peru, near the border with Ecuador. This coffee is a blend of very good quality and fully traceable, produced from the coffees of six small farms, called "cafetales". The coffees are produced from varieties Catimor, Caturra, Typica and Pache, mutation of the Typica. Does it give you envy?
CHF 5.90
  • Citrus aromas

  • 100% Arabica

  • Strength 4/10

  • Mixture from Brazil, Colombia, Peru

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Discover an exceptional blend: The Flavor of South America

Discover three countries in one: Brazil, Colombia and Peru.

Let's talk Brazil ...

Brazil produces coffee to nearly one-third of the world. This means that the country of Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world. Around 30,000 km2 are coffee plantations in this country. Brazil is succeeding thanks to its very favorable climatic conditions, favorable to the growth of coffee. Coffee arrives in Brazil in the 19th century. As one of the world's leading coffee producers, one hundred years ago it had achieved the 80% of coffee supply in the world.

Let's talk about Colombia, an incredible country. Expert in the aromas of coffee ...

The coffee begins in the 19th century with the entrepreneurship of various small farmers today called small producers. Before the Second World War, coffee was mainly grown in Antioquia, where today coffee is mainly produced. At this time, Colombia becomes second world producer after Brazil. After having experienced various adventures within the country, Colombia is back in front of the podium and remains the 3rd place of world producer.

What about Peru?

Cajamarca is located in the far north of Peru, near the border with Ecuador. This coffee is a blend of very good quality and fully traceable, produced from the coffees of six small farms, called "cafetales". The coffees are produced from varieties Catimor, Caturra, Typica and Pache, mutation of the Typica. Does it give you envy?

Tasting note Café vif et intense aux notes d'agrumes
Character bright
Aromas Citrus
Roasting Very light Light Blonde Amber Brown Italian
Strength 4
Acidity 3/5
Origin Brazil Colombia Peru
Composition 100% Arabica
Conditioning 250G
Made in Switzerland

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